Cho Wa Review

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Cho Wa is a green tea that is manufactured by Kumato Labs. Kumato Labs is based in Signal Hills, CA. Kumato Labs was founded by Dr. Kumato to bring the traditional Japanese remedies to the rest of the world. Cho Wa tea is a special formula said to have originated in Japan centuries ago when it was only available to the Shogun. The story of the product’s origination states that Dr. Kumato visited the Sensei healer on the mountain for years before he was able to get the formula for the Sensei’s miraculous tea. Stories on a third party website talk about the amazing healing properties of this tea.

Ingredients

Cho Wa contains green tea, rhodiola, ginkgo, epimedium, astragalus root, lyceum, euphoria fruit, licorice fruit, shiitake, reishi, and maitake.

Product Features

Cho Wa tea contains green tea, which is said to have a many health benefits, including protecting the body from disease, enhancing the immune system, and assisting with optimal organ function. It is said to increase metabolism, assisting consumers in losing weight, and reducing the effects of LDL cholesterol. Rhodiola is said to improve a consumer’s mood, curb depression, and improves physical and mental performance. Ginkgo improves blood flow to organs and tissues, protects against cell damage, and blocks the effect of clotting disorders. It is also said to help with memory. Astragalus root is said to be a specific immune enhancer, and has been specifically used in cancer patients. Lyceum is said to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. Euphoria fruit contains large amounts of Vitamin A and C, iron and potassium. Licorice fruit is an expectorant. Shiitake, reishi, and maitake are mushrooms which are all used to enhance the immune functions of the body.

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Advantages

  • Cho Wa tea is made of all natural ingredients.
  • Cho Wa tea can be ordered directly from the manufacturer or third party distributor websites.

Disadvantages

  • Cho Wa’s manufacturer website has limited information concerning the product.
  • Cho Wa does not have clinical trial information available.
  • Cho Was contains caffeine which can have side effects, including increased heart rate.

Conclusion

Cho Wa tea has many reported health benefits, including weight loss, immunity support and disease fighting, which may be beneficial to a consumer. Cho Wa tea is said to be a centuries old formula and has many documented stories of miraculous healing. One cup of tea per day is the recommended dose for full health benefits. The green tea in Cho Wa contains caffeine, which can have side effects such as increased heart rate, increased blood pressure and jitters. A consumer should not drink Cho Wa before bed if they have those effects from caffeine. The corporate website for Cho Wa does not contain product information and does not contain clinical trial information proving the effectiveness of the product. The website does, however, contain customer testimonials.

Cho Wa tea is marketed as a health and nutritional supplement, not a weight loss product. Consumers looking for a weight loss supplement should look for one with a fat burner and an appetite suppressant. The combination of this supplement plus sensible diet and exercise will provide the best results to a consumer. This product should have a dedicated website with clinical trials proving the product’s effectiveness.

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28 User Reviews about Cho Wa

  • 1
    Gloria

    I had been going to doctors practically every day…..so much pain in mr left arm and back of my neck, left right shoulder, and right thigh. They set me up for surgery. I was in so much pain; my husband gave me a cup of SHO-WA to drink. The doctor’s are smazed….because, before I finished drinking the tea, I had no more pain anywhere. That was eleven months ago. I was taking it every day, down to twice a week now, because it s so expensive. I still can’t believe that it worked so fast or me. I feel it is a magical drink. I thank GOD for the people who made this drink.

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    Natalya Ditter

    My husband and I still have a few boxes of Cho-Wa left. I called several times and asked customer service representative where the company buys herbs to make this supplement. No one could answer this question, then I asked to speak with a manager in hope maybe he can answer this question: he was extremely rude, said exactly this:” no one will tell you where ingredients come from, they are not coming from Japan”. That was negative answer and totally unprofessional. Due to the fact that this nuclear tragedy happened in Japan, radiation is still leaking into the ocean and can be anywhere therefore it is only natural that the customer wants to know if Cho-Wa supplement is not polluted with radiation if ingredients are coming from Japan. If they are not, then why no one could answer a question where the company is getting herbs to make Cho-Wa supplement?

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    ellen hesselink

    this is the last time I am going to type this question out, have done it three times now. I cannot tolerate caffiene. Is there a decaf form for this tea. Will it interefere with my blood pressure medicine>

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    ellen hesselink

    I cannot tolerate caffiene. I drink decaf. I there a decaf form for this tea and will it interfere with my blood pressure medicine?

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    ellen hesselink

    I have the same question. I cannot tolerate caffiene — I can drink decaf coffee. Also, does it come in decaf form and will it interfere with my blood pressure prescription drugs>

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    KEVIN

    this is for you and everyone reading this. most diseases can be reversed by fresh ginger carrot and especially green juiced vegetables daily. buy a juicer and get started . and drink the cho-wa tea with every fresh glass of juice you drink, wow has this changed my life fast, also watch FAT SICK AND NEARLY DEAD.

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  • 7
    Kallie

    I take supplements – more than most people – and I have pretty good health, however, I still get moody sometimes. Will Cho-wa help these mood swings?

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    larry kelley

    Wiull this product help with my type 2 diabetes?

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  • 9
    fivia bagh

    I also was introduces to chow to my 84 years old lady neighbor,she said it works for her miracle,she is function well ,for 3 years.anyway she give me a box of chowa,and I am an my 3 pack,such I see the diff. In my moods,mental and Less appetite.I am planning to order more.my question I have diabetes type2 , is interfering with any med.and also thyroid med.?

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    Sabine

    My experience has been that it stimulates the thyroid. So I needed less thyroid medication. You may have to adjust yours accordingly.

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  • 10
    patti

    so, how are pharmaceutical meds impacted by cho-wa? I have diabetes/high bp/cholesterol meds that I take daily. Can I consume cho-wa in combination with these meds? What other supplements/vitamins am I able to take? Leutein? Boswellia? vit D, B-12, C, A, E, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Potassium?

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  • 11
    Adriana Dean

    Doea thid prduct come in a decaf form? Also will it interfare with any prescription drugs?

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  • 12
    Adriana Dean

    I cannot have anything with caffeen in it. Does it come in a decaf form? If it does I’m ready to try it. Also will it interfare with any prescription drugs?

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  • 13
    Bill

    I have been taking cho-wa off and on for about 4mos. If i wake up feeling crappy, it changes the way i feel quite rapidly if i sit and sip it for 15minutes as the instructions say. It is a sutble feeling and is more pronounced on some occasions than others. I dont believe it is a typical green tea caffeine rush. There is something else going on here which i believe has something to do with the synergy of the herbs involved. I also regret there is no studies on it as i feel it has a unique effect i have not felt with anything else. I am very familiar with other herbal stimulants and this cho wa is in another category. I think the book is still open on it and i am curious as to the long term effects, as i am very familiar with the short term effects.I think it can help get one through periods of depression if that is how one wants to do it. I seem to keep ordering more even when a part of me says i dont need it. Maybe i am addicted to that warm glow it sometimes gives that can change your whole energy quality. All in all i am still experimenting with it.

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    B. Dalk

    I am a consumer and believer in the Cho-Wa product. I was given a packet(powder in a foil packet) and went home and made it in a glass of water, 6oz. , then drank it. Since I am normally active with lots of energy, I did not notice and increase in energy. However I do believe it does keep me motivated and my mood seems upbeat. What I have noticed is a slimmer waist line and my skin irritations are becoming smaller or all togehter gone. The story behind the product is quite remarkable and it would be hard to reproduce such testimonials. My theory, one packet a day and the cost of about a buck and a half is a great insurance program at a fraction of what health insurance costs. I don’t have to pay a co-pay, pay for office visits, or expose myself to a health care system bent on manufactured in the lab chemicals.. Healthy natural products are the way to go in my book. I also drink Kombucha for its many benefits, take coral calcium and vegetarian omega fats. You never hear of these because the drug companies cannot make a dime on them, yet they work for me. I am not anti drug companies, I am pro health. My question to the obese and overweight and heavy set and “damn” sized people, what have you got to lose.

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    Dorothy Rrenolds

    chowa herbal tea is this product good true or faults?.

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    morris skare

    I have a short term memory problem I am 72 years old will this tea help my problem

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  • 17
    Diane Dillingham

    If caffiene gives me the jitters and won’t let me sleep would this product be for me.

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    Michelle

    What good does it do to have a section that says, ”
    Have a comment or question about Cho Wa?”, when there is no one answering the questions? I have a question: What is the suggested daily usage of this tea? I would like to figure out how much it costs per serving, and if it will cost two arms and two legs to use this product. These are all chinese herbs that are sold in Asian markets-most of them are adaptogens–which will help improve the overall condition of the body.

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    Aimee

    One box contains 30 packets. I take one a day (in the morning), but my grandmother drinks 2 a day. I love the boost in energy and concentration I get. And I didn’t get my usual fall “cold” this year with the rest of my family. I’ve only been drinking it 3 months but I really enjoy it. My grandmother’s arthritis doesn’t hurt as bad and she says her memory has improved.

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    Geraldine Fortin

    I’ve been personally using Cho Wa for just shy of 3 years now (1 month shy). I found immediately in the beginning that it lessened my intense arthritic pain. It still does. But I’ve found also that it increases energy – I always take it first thing in the morning for that reason. It seems to work very much like an adaptogen – it balances my pH regardless of what I’ve eaten. While it’s not a miracle cure for all ailments for me it has definitely been very helpful – my hip has still not been replaced and I walk 2 and a half miles every day with the aid of only a cane, my eyesight has steadily improved, I no longer use asthma medications, my blood pressure and pulse rates are currently grand – no more atrial fibrillation attacks, my hair seems to be getting more brown (very slowly), I have no need of any other medications, and at the age of 74 – close to 75 – I think that is special. It is my desire to continue Cho Wa for the rest of my days.

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    Ginger Smith

    I am writing for my mom who is interested in buying this product. She has tried other products that turned out not to be as they seem and she has spent a lot of money. She wants to know if your claims are real. She’s 76 yrs. old and it is alot of money to spend for something that you are not sure of. Can you please write her something to reassure her> Her name is Ginger Smith. Thank you very much.

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  • 20
    Mary

    i have problems nervousness,i can’t sleep, i feel weak, and my muscles are shaking. it’s like there is air trap on my throat, this makes me feel nervous if i can’t burp.i feel like there is phlem on my lungs and it’s like i have asthma sometimes. i can’t afford to go to the doctor cause i dont have insurance.my question is if i will take Cho-wa will it help my health problems?and how many cup of Cho-wa should i take everyday?

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    Dick

    Mary,
    with the symptoms you state I think you need a blood thinner, which can be had by taking an asperin each morning.

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    Elizabeth

    Hi Mary,
    It sounds like you have allergies towards dairy products, you can verify this by eliminating all dairy (especially all cheese and milk for 3 weeks, if symptoms go away, for sure it is allergies, stay away from dairy.

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    Joe

    Try a tablespoon of Bragg organic apple cider vinegar 2x/day. It’ll help clean ya out. Tasty too. Or mix it with water.

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  • 21
    ;im Blodgett

    How does you product come? Tea bad form, liquid or capsul.
    Thank
    jim

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    B. Dalk

    It comes in a packet in powder form. If you have access to water, a spoon or fork and a glass you can make it yourself. I prefer warm water myself.

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